Dr. Bennett Selected for Texas Super Doctors®

Call 281-633-8600 for an appointment.  Dr. J. Michael Bennett was selected again this year for the Texas Super Doctors® list published in Texas Monthly magazine.  Only about five percent of the physicians practicing in Texas are included in the Texas Super Doctors® list in any year.  Nine other doctors from the Fondren Orthopedic Group were also included in the list this year.

The Texas Super Doctors® selection process is very rigorous and includes nominations from other doctors practicing in this area of Texas, a careful review of Dr. Bennett’s medical credentials, and a final review by a blue ribbon panel of highly qualified doctors. Doctors cannot nominate themselves for inclusion in the Texas Super Doctors® list and there are strict  safeguards in place to prevent ballot manipulation.

Dr. J. Michael Bennett is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and a Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Specialist with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine.  He specializes in treating injuries and pathologies of the shoulderselbows and knees and some hand and wrist injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger.

One of the aspects of medical practice that sets Dr. Bennett apart from his peers is his dedication to educating his patients concerning their injuries and treatments.  He wants his patients to understand the causes and the anatomy of their injuries so they can make informed choices about their options for treatment.  Dr. Bennett has even created patient education libraries of videos on various injuries and treatments including shoulderselbowsknees and certain hand and wrist injuries.

Dr. Bennett serves patients from two offices in the Houston area — one in the Galleria area on Post Oak Place and the other in Sugar Land at the corner of Sweetwater and Lexington Boulevards.

Dr. Bennett accepts many of the most popular medical insurance plans including Cigna, Aetna, and Aexcel.  Contact our office at 281-633-8600 to check that your insurance plan is accepted.

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